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Edward Lear, L’Aquila, 1845. Black chalk, touches of pencil, wash, heightened with white, on light grey paper. Signed and dated 1845 lower left, inscribed Aquila lower left. 14 x 28 cm. (5 1/2 x 11 in), corners trimmed. Provenance: John Scandrett Harford (1787-1866); … Continue reading
Edward Lear, Lago di Fucino, 1844. Black chalk, pencil, touches of wash, heightened with white, on light grey coloured laid paper. Signed and dated 1844 lower right, inscribed Lago di Fucino lower left. 14 x 26 cm. (5 1/2 x 10 1/4 in), … Continue reading
George C. Chappelle, “‘Twas Ever Thus.” Sculpture by Gilbert White. The Metropolitan Magazine, vol. XXII no. 6, September 1905, p. 773.
Peter Newell, “The Educated Love Bird.” The Metropolitan Magazine, vol. XXII no. 6, September 1905, p. 715.
Carolyn Wells, “The Troubled Whale.” Illustrated by J.M. Condé. The Metropolitan Magazine, vol. XXII no. 5, August 1905, p. 545.
Carolyn Wells, “The Proud Eel.” Illustrated by J.M. Condé. The Metropolitan Magazine, vol. XXII no. 4, July 1905, p. 512.
Peter Newell, “The Wolf and the Lamb.” The Metropolitan Magazine, vol. XXII no. 4, July 1905, p. 435.